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  • Around Town: Veterans' brain symposium in Costa Mesa

    Around Town: Veterans' brain symposium  in Costa Mesa
    The 2015 Think Tank Brain Symposium will bring together health and veterans organizations on Saturday in Costa Mesa to raise awareness of treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury.
  • Racing greyhounds need our common sense, compassion

    Racing greyhounds need our common sense, compassion
    Thirty-six inches by 24 inches by 32 inches. This is what racing greyhounds at Florida dog tracks call "home." It is the minimum size of the cages in which they are warehoused for 20 hours or more each day. When they are let out of their confinement...

    Biker completes Alaska's daunting Iditarod Trail Invitational

    Biker completes Alaska's daunting Iditarod Trail Invitational
    Biking 350 miles through Alaskan snow to the knees and over frozen lakes and icy patches during the Iditarod Trail Invitational was just the kind of test a Downers Grove resident wanted. "It's a human-powered race -- running, biking or skiing," said...

    Family affair: Dallas, Mitch Seavey cruise to 1-2 Iditarod finish

    NOME, Alaska Behind a strong team of nine champion Alaskan huskies, 28-year-old Dallas Seavey from Willow, Alaska, rolled under the burled arch on Front Street in this fabled gold-mining town in the wee hours of Wednesday to seal the deal on a victory...

    Seavey shrugs off talk of family Iditarod dynasty

    A father and his son have won the last four Iditarods, but the current champion isn't willing to call it a family dynasty. Dallas Seavey, 28, won this year's thousand-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race across Alaska when he drove his dog team down Front...